Category: Haunted Pubs

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The Mug House, Claines

Dating from the 15th century, The Mug House is one of only a few public houses standing on consecrated ground and was originally the ale house for Claines parish church. According to a Birmingham...

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Cardinal’s Hat, Worcester

Dating back to the 14th century, the Cardinals Hat is thought to e Worcesters oldest public house. It is also said to be haunted. ‘At the Cardinal’s Hat in Worcester, the ghost of a...

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The Strugglers Inn

The Strugglers Inn stands in the shadow of Lincoln Castle in the city’s Bailgate area. The pub’s name and sign both give clues as to the grisly history of the place – the pub...

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The Ship Inn, Acaster Malbis

The following article by Richard Catton and entitled ‘ Another York pub, The Ship Inn, Acaster Malbis, plagued by ghosts’ was published in The York Press on 13th June 2009. A MYSTERIOUS grey figure...

The Albion, Conwy

The Albion is a pub that can be found on Upper Gate Street in the old and historic town of Conwy. It was built in around 1925, on the site of two older inns, to be a modern building in the style of the day.

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The Copt Hill Country Inn

A 2004 Sunderland Echo article stated ‘The Copt Hill pub, in Seaham Road, Houghton, was rumoured to have had a resident ghost, thought to be that of a former landlord who hanged himself from...

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Bromsgrove Tunnel Ghost?

There is a tunnel story attached to the now closed Wishing Well pub in Bromsgrove, though if true, it would be about 1.5 miles long. Quote: ‘a Grey Lady was reputed to walk along...